Sanford-Burnham Hopes $275 Million Gift Will Translate To Returns
As NIH funding becomes increasingly scarce, the La Jolla, Calif., research institute will use an anonymously donated gift to emphasize translational projects and take internal risk. Will it deliver returns that sustain the organization?
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